Leading Indian automaker Mahindra & Mahindra is offering huge discounts on the XUV300, Bolero, Bolero Neo, and Marazzo models for the entire month of February of the year 2023. These vehicles could save you up to Rs 70,000. However, popular Mahindra models such as the XUV700, Thar, Scorpio-N, Scorpio Classic, and the recently launched Mahindra XUV400 EV are not eligible for any discounts. Meanwhile, the XUV400 is now available for order in India. So far, over 10,000 SUV reservations have been made.
Deliveries for the XUV400 EL model will begin in March 2023, while those for the XUV400 EC model will begin around the holiday season. Customers are currently taking test drives at local dealerships, according to the company. The all-electric vehicle will be introduced in the country in stages. Now, let’s take a look at the Mahindra discount offers for this month.
Save up to 70,000 rupees
Mahindra is offering discounts of up to Rs 70,000 on its tough Bolero SUV. The largest reduction is offered on the top-of-the-line B6 (O), while discounts of Rs. 47,000 and Rs. 50,000 are offered on the lower-specified B4 and B6 models, respectively.
The Mahindra Bolero is one of the most popular utility vehicles in India because it is dependable and tough. Don’t expect much in the way of sophistication or comfort because it has been around for a very long time. The Mahindra Bolero sits next to its more contemporary counterpart, the Bolero Neo, and is only offered in one engine-gearbox configuration.
Because it is antique, the bolero looks old. Although the Bolero has digital instruments within, its vintage cannot be concealed. The interior of the Bolero is not very inviting due to poor ergonomics, flat seats, and crowded seating in the second and third rows. Only the 76 horsepower 1.5-liter, three-cylinder mHawk diesel engine is now offered for the Bolero, but it is a significant upgrade over the previous 2.5-liter, 2.5-cylinder diesel. For a utilitarian vehicle like this, the low-speed reactions are respectable, and the engine refinement is astounding. For a utility vehicle, the Bolero’s ride is relatively level, but its high-speed manners are far from modern.
Mahindra Neo Bolero
Save up to Rs 59,000
The higher-spec N10 and N10 (O) models of Mahindra’s Bolero Neo are being sold with discounts of up to Rs 59,000, while the N4 and N8 variants are being provided with savings of up to Rs 32,000 and Rs 34,000, respectively. A single 1.5-liter diesel engine with 100 horsepower and a 5-speed manual transmission power the Bolero Neo. It is essentially a rebranded TUV300. The Bolero Neo is built to last and excels on rough terrain. It doesn’t, however, have the sophistication of more recent compact SUVs.
One of the most well-liked and praised models from the Mahindra company is the Bolero Neo. From Rs. 9.48 lakh to Rs. 11.99 lakh, this SUV’s price range is at its lowest. The Mahindra Bolero Neo only comes with a manual transmission option. A maximum of 100 bhp is available at 3750 rpm from the Bolero Neo. KIA Sonet, Maruti Suzuki Brezza, and Tata Nexon are a few of the primary competitors. Among the most well-liked vehicles in India’s SUV market is the Mahindra Bolero Neo.
Up to 37,000 rupees discount
This month, there are discounts of up to Rs 37,000 available for the soon-to-be-discontinued Marazzo MPV. The M6+ receives perks worth up to Rs 30,000, while the cheaper M2 and M4+ models receive the most reductions. The Mahindra Marazzo, which is offered in three grades and exclusively with a diesel manual motor, competes with MPVs like the Kia Carens and Maruti Suzuki’s Ertiga and XL6 models.
The Mahindra Marazzo is one of the most praised and well-liked cars produced by the Mahindra company. Prices for this MUV range from Rs. 13.41 lakh to Rs. 15.70 lakh, and customers can select from up to 5 different models. The manual transmission is the only option for the Mahindra Marazzo. The Marazzo’s maximum power rating is 122.5 PS at 3500 rpm. The KIA Carens, Maruti Suzuki XL6, and MG Astor are some of the primary competitors. One of the most popular vehicles in India’s MUV market is the Mahindra Marazzo.
There are five variations of the Mahindra Marazzo, with prices ranging from Rs. 13.41 lakh to Rs. Powered by a 4-cylinder, 1497-cc, 1.5-liter D15 diesel engine, the Marazzo has four pistons. With a fuel efficiency/mileage of 17.3 km/l, it can produce 122.5 PS at 3500 rpm and 300 Nm of torque at 1750 rpm. The Mahindra Marazzo has a maximum fuel capacity of 45 liters per fill-up.
discounts up to Rs. 36,500
Mahindra’s high-end sub-four-meter compact SUV is called the XUV300. It is a condensed and redesigned version of the Tivoli, a body-on-frame vehicle produced by Mahindra subsidiary SsangYong, and is very different from vehicles like the TUV300. The Mahindra XUV300 introduces a number of industry-first features but is also one of the more expensive small SUVs. It comes standard with 6-speed manual transmissions and a choice of gasoline or diesel engines. Additionally, an AMT automatic is an option for the diesel engine. The Global NCAP awarded the Mahindra XUV300 5 stars for adult occupant safety and 4 stars for child occupant protection, making it the safest vehicle ever tested in a crash.
Benefits of up to Rs 36,500 can be obtained while purchasing the XUV300 compact SUV. While the W8 (O) variation offers benefits up to Rs 35,000, the W8 variant has the most savings. Discounts on the W6 model could reach Rs 30,000.
With discounts of Rs 30,000, the recently released XUV300 TurboSport with the more potent 1.2-liter turbo-petrol is also offered. Discounts of up to Rs 35,000 are offered to those choosing the AMT-equipped XUV300 over the W4 model, which offers a discount of Rs 10,000.